Leisure Services

COVID-19 PREVENTION

 

Following the restrictions announced by the Premier of Québec on January 6, the Recreation Centre will be closed to the public from January 9 until February 8, 2021.

 

RESIDENT-ONLY ACCESS


All residents (adult/youth/child) wishing to participate in public activities at the Recreation Centre must show a photo ID with address.

FOR ADULTS, THE FOLLOWING IDs WILL BE ACCEPTED: FOR CHILDREN, THE FOLLOWING IDs WILL BE ACCEPTED:
• valid Leisure Card**
• valid Recreation Centre Residency Card** (NEW)
• valid driver’s license
• valid Leisure Card**
• valid Recreation Centre Residency Card** (NEW)

To obtain a Leisure or Recreation Centre Residency Card (NEW), residents must present themselves at the Recreation Centre reception desk during office hours with the following:


ADULTS CHILDREN AND YOUTH (with a parent present)
• a valid driver’s license OR
• a Medicare card (with photo) accompanied by an official document indicating the person’s address
• the parent’s proof of residency (as outlined above) PLUS
• an official document indicating the child/youth’s name and address (school report card, hospital card, official receipt with printed address, birth certificate)

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** WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A LEISURE CARD AND RESIDENCY CARD?

Leisure Card

Entitles residents to unlimited access to scheduled public activities at the Recreation Centre. Click here for the prices

Recreation Centre Residency Card (NEW)

Is free and confirms residency, but requires the person to pay admission fees for each public activity period. Click here for the prices

 


 

 The City has increased cleaning and disinfection of the building as well as implementing social distancing regulations and facility maximums to help protect your health and safety while enjoying the facility. 

 

Users of the Recreation Centre are expected to follow all health and safety guidelines while in the facility. These measures allow you to protect yourself and to protect others.

 
 
 

REGISTER

 

 

     

All program and public activity participants must sign the entry log at the Reception Desk. 


 

COMPLIANCE WITH PROCEDURES

 

 

 

     

All visitors must maintain an appropriate physical distance and obey all rules in place for the protection of users and staff. It is forbidden to use the cleaning equipment of the Center for your personal use. Physical distancing also applies when swimming, skating, participating in a course, meeting or as a spectator.


 

MASKS

 

 

 

     

Anyone over the age of 10 must wear a mask or a face covering. Masks may only be removed during a physical activity (once on the ice, in the water or at the beginning of a fitness course). Masks must be worn in changing rooms, hallways, common areas and in arena or pool stands.


SYMPTOMS

 

       Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19, or having been in contact with someone who has symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted into the Centre.

 

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

 

 

 

     

The principle of physical distancing must be respected in all areas of the facility at all times. Signage and entrance/exit guidelines must be followed.


 

RESTAURANT

 

 

     

Closed temporarily


 

HANDICAPPED ENTRANCE

 

 

     

The side handicapped door will be closed. People with walkers or wheelchairs should call ahead for easy access (514 428-4520).


 

REGISTRATION FOR PUBLIC ACTIVITIES

 

     

Contactless check-in at reception is required each time you enter the Center. Please take out your Leisure Card before entering the establishment.


 

CHANGE ROOMS AND WASHROOMS

 

 

 

 

 

The arena changing rooms are closed.

The pool locker rooms are only accessible to change after swimming.

Only one person or one family at the time in the washroom areas.


 

TRAINING EQUIPMENT

 

     
 
Swimmers and bathers are encouraged to bring their own training equipment. Please refer to Contact program descriptions for details on what equipment is required.

 
PUBLIC ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE      

Times and activities are subject to change without notice.


 

 

Beaconsfield offers residents quality leisure facilities and a wide variety of programs and services, including preschool programs, summer camps, skating lessons, playgrounds, teen activities, golf clinics, swimming lessons, aquafit and aerobics for adults and seniors. Other programs are offered in cooperation with associations and organizations in partnership with the City.


Recreation centreClick here to view the photo album Opening Hours

Recreation Centre:
1974, City Lane
 

Administration hours:

Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to noon & 1 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to noon

Reception desk hours:
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Public Transport

  

Drop-off/pick-up

  • There is an accessible passenger drop-off/pick-up area.
  • Large enough to accommodate modified vehicles, taxis and buses.
  • Close to an accessible entrance.
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LEISURE sept 2020 coverRegistration online or in person - Provisional schedule

The registration for the Winter 2021 programs and activities is postponed to a later date.

 

Consult the Programs and Activities brochure

Click here to access our online registration system

In-person registration: download registration form (PDF)

 

 


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COVID-19 PREVENTION

Due to current guidelines issued by Public Health, the Recreation Centre will offer all public activities only to Beaconsfield residents. Please follow the terms and conditions found in the Residents Only Access section.


All activities in the Gym are CANCELLED: Pickleball, Badminton, Preschool Gym
 
New maximum capacity for Sunday Public Skating - 20 skaters 

Leisure Card or ticket required

Open Preschool Gym - CANCELLED 
Maximum of 10 children and 10 parents
10:30 - 11:45

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Open Pickleball - CANCELLED 
Maximum of 12 players
10:30 - 11:45

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Open Badminton - CANCELLED 
Maximum of 10 players
12:15 - 13:30

 

COVID-19 PREVENTION

Following the restrictions announced by the Premier of Québec on January 6, the Recreation Centre will be closed to the public from January 9 until February 8, 2021.

 

Due to current guidelines issued by Public Health, the Recreation Centre will offer all public activities only to Beaconsfield residents. Please follow the terms and conditions found in the Residents Only Access section.

New directives for swimming activities: 
  • Maximum of 20 swimmers at all times.
  • All swimmers and bathers must come dressed in their bathing suits.
  • Locker rooms are only open to change after swimming. Washrooms are accessible. 
  • No spectators allowed except for parents or caregivers providing supervision of young children during leisure swim periods. 

MAXIMUM CAPACITIES MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

 

POOL SCHEDULE  
  MONDAY 
   
   
  TUESDAY 
   
   
  WEDNESDAY
   
   
  THURSDAY
   
   
  FRIDAY
   
   
  SATURDAY 
   
   
  SUNDAY 
   

 

Due to current guidelines issued by Public Health, as of 6 a.m. on Thursday, October 1, the Recreation Centre will offer all public activities only to Beaconsfield residents. 

Residents will be required to show a current valid proof of residency to access these open activities:

COVID-19 PREVENTION

Following the restrictions announced by the Premier of Québec on January 6, the Recreation Centre will be closed to the public from January 9 until February 8, 2021.

 

Due to current guidelines issued by Public Health, the Recreation Centre will offer all public activities only to Beaconsfield residents. Please follow the terms and conditions found in the Residents Only Access section.

  

Adult Shinny and Junior Shinny are CANCELLED. 

New directives for skating activities: 
  • No spectators allowed except for parents or caregivers providing supervision during of young children. 

 

CHANGING ROOMS 

     

 Closed 

 MAXIMUM CAPACITIES MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. 

 

 

ARENA SCHEDULE
MONDAY
   
   
TUESDAY
   
WEDNESDAY
   
   
THURSDAY
   
   
FRIDAY
   
   
SATURDAY
   
   
SUNDAY
   
   

 

COVID-19 PREVENTION

Following the most recent guidelines issued by Public Health, all Open Gym activities are cancelled.

BADMINTON 

Leisure Card or ticket required

Players must bring their own racquet and birds. Maximum of 10 persons - sign in maximum of 30 minutes prior to the start of the activity   

OPEN BADMINTON  (16 years+)
   
   
 
OPEN BADMINTON  (8 years+)           
FAMILY BADMINTON  (8 years+)       
 
 
OPEN PICKLEBALL  (16 years+)  

Leisure Card or ticket required

Players must bring their own racquet and balls. Maximum of 12 persons - sign in maximum of 30 minutes prior to the start of the activity.   


   
   
 
 
OPEN BASKETBALL  

Leisure Card or ticket required

Players must bring their own ball. Maximum of 12 persons - sign in maximum of 30 minutes prior to the start of the activity.   
 
 

OPEN PUBLIC GYM  (16 years+ or 6 years+ with an adult) 

Leisure Card or ticket required

No equipment or instruction provided. Maximum of 12 persons - sign in maximum of 30 minutes prior to the start of the activity.   

 
 

RESIDENT LEISURE CARD
Get your Leisure Card and have access to scheduled public activities (Swimming, Skating, Badminton) at the Recreation Centre for a year from date of purchase. Resident identification required.

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